When Apple unveiled the Watch and a few demos of what you could do, I was quick to mention that this was not all Apple had in stock. A few months later and Apple, now has an event planed for March 9th where they will unveil all of the Watch details.
We learned a tidbit of exclusive information from Brian X. Chen.
The company also developed a yet-to-be-announced feature called Power Reserve, a mode that will run the watch on low energy but display only the time, according to one employee.
That Power Reserve feature keeps your watch a watch when you fall under a certain battery level, until you plug it in. It really is these small things that make Apple, Apple. I’m betting we are going to see a lot more of these Apple-esque well thought out features next week.
I expect lots of demos with what you can do with an Watch, just like when they introduced the Phone, the iPhone in 2007.